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The respondent is responsible for responding to your original petition for divorce. The document used to respond two an original divorce petition is the respondent's original answer. The original answer is typically a concise document in response to the basic arguments presented in your original petition.
10. Specific denial. \u2014 The defendant must specify each material allegation of fact the truth of which he does not admit and, whenever practicable, shall set forth the substance of the matters which he will rely upon to support his denial.
A Complaint (PLD-C-001): This is a form explaining the alleged harm (namely breach of contract) and the amount you are seeking in damages.
PROOF OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS. ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, State Bar number, and address): FOR COURT USE ONLY.
GENERAL DENIAL The complaint is not verified; or The complaint is verified and the case is a limited civil case (the amount in controversy is $25,000 or less), BUT NOT if the complaint involves a claim for more than $1,000 that has been assigned to a third party for collection.
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A general denial answer is when you simply \u201canswer\u201d your spouses' requests and demands. For example, if they requested a certain amount of child support each month but you don't agree to the amount, you will file a general denial answer, requesting evidence or reasoning for their demand.
If the defendant denies all the allegations in a complaint, it is a general denial. On the other hand, it is a specific denial if the defendant does not deny all the allegations but instead either specifically denies designated allegations or generally denies all except the ones specifically admitted.
The wording of a general denial is straightforward and consistent, stating that the defendant denies \u201ceach and every allegation\u201d in the plaintiff's original complaint as well as \u201cany and all\u201d additions or amendments to the original petition.
Answer-Contract (PLD-C-010). This is the official fill-in-the-blanks form to answer a breach of contract case. This form may be used in any Superior Court in California.
According to this federal district court case, an answer to a complaint that states that the defendant lacks sufficient information to admit or deny an allegation is considered a general denial and not affirmative defense to the allegation.

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